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India tests Trishul missile
Giridhar Gopal in Bhubaneswar | June 23, 2003 20:00 IST
For the second consecutive day on Monday, India test-fired the short-range surface-to-air Trishul missile from the Integrated Test Range in Chandipur, 15km from Balesore in Orissa.
The missile, which has a range of 9km and can carry a 15kg warhead, was fired from a mobile launcher at 1715 IST, ITR sources told rediff.com
The Defence Research and Development Organisation has developed Trishul under its integrated guided missile development programme.
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